A Sydney man has been charged over the alleged sexual assaults of three women and two teenage girls.
Police began investigating 24-year-old Anthony Glumac in September this year after a 24-year-old woman was allegedly sexually assaulted by a man known to her.
During the investigation, detectives received information that two other women – aged 19 and 21 – and two teenage girls – aged 15 and 16 – had also allegedly been sexually assaulted.
The alleged attacked occurred over the last seven years in Tahmoor, Picton, Darlinghurst and Campbelltown, police allege.
Police will also allege Glumac met his victims through social media, at parties and at a gym he used to work at.
Detective Chief Inspector Mick Haddow said Glumac may have had other victims.
“We’re talking about a seven-year period of time so, yes, our absolute concern is there may be other victims out there – and we would encourage them to come forward,” Haddow told reporters on Wednesday.
The 24-year-old was arrested on Wednesday morning in Campbelltown.
A search warrant was executed at a unit and a vehicle and mobile phones and other electronic devices were seized.
He has been charged with 15 offences, including stalking, common assault, sexual intercourse without consent, having sexual intercourse with a person between 14 and 16 years and aggravated sex assault with a victim under the age of 16.
He was refused bail to appear in court on Thursday.